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SDK / Re: Windows Message API is working?
« Last post by Mathias (Author) on Today at 15:40:29 »
I got some time to test the sample now and it works.

Start MC
Start MCCopyDataSendGetSample.exe
Click "Get Current item" in the Sample app and the Full path of the item in focus is shown in the sample app
SDK / Re: Windows Message API is working?
« Last post by antekgla on Yesterday at 19:59:17 »
Tested... bot programs run As Administrator same behavior...  (don't work).  :(

I can confirm what that is not the problem because I download a demo (made in Delphi) very simple,  what use WM_COPYDATA messages to communicate each other and dont need to be Admin to work.

My goal is know in myApp what paths have open/displayed MultiCommander in all TABS. I made it work in Windows Explorer, FreeCommander XE (only the active tab) and Total Commander but always thru inspect windows classes and his captions. Sadly your program use your own MZCrumbBarCtrl component (very impressive!) to display the paths and that component  dont publish his caption, so I am stuck.

Maybe you know some way to accomplish that in another way.

Thanks in advance.

PD: Little screenshot of my program showing paths of differents File Managers.

SDK / Re: Windows Message API is working?
« Last post by Mathias (Author) on Yesterday at 13:21:48 »
Hmm Strange..  It should work.. Did some googling and it might be that some security thing in windows have changed that made it not work anymore..
But I think it will be possible to enable it again.. looks like apps need to opt-in for it. So might need to add a option for it.
But I need to check this more.  I post more when I know more.

(I dont have time to test right now.. But is it the same if both of the apps are running as admin. or if sending app is running as admin ? )
Feature Requests and Suggestions / Re: multi tags addition
« Last post by Mathias (Author) on Yesterday at 13:18:42 »
If you write the command using MultiScript you can get it since there is a "mcinstallpath", but it return entrie path.. so from script you can get the the drive letter.

But I will check if I can add a tag for the drive.

Feature Requests and Suggestions / multi tags addition
« Last post by phedlund on June 22, 2017, 22:52:42 »
Would it be possible to add another multi-tag
This would return the drive multicommander is on. On the button editor that would mean


Either that or add an R button when using the execute type for a button in the button editor.
SDK / Windows Message API is working?
« Last post by antekgla on June 22, 2017, 20:37:10 »
I recently discover MultiCommander and i am impress!
So complex and full of options!
Congratulations for this great software!

I am interested in the Windows Message API, I read the docs and is a little hard for me because I am a begginer Delphi/Lazarus programmer.
But my first and main question is: The Windows Message API is working? because I download your Sample Project with the C++ Helper.
I have MultiCommander open of course, I execute MCCopyDataSendGetSample.exe but nothing happens, any button I press the path still remains C:\windows\system32

Thanks in advance!

Edit: I forgot to say my OS is Windows7 x64 SP1
Beta Releases / Re: MultiCommander v7.3 BETA
« Last post by Matthias515566 on June 21, 2017, 16:48:31 »
When some items selected and double click at another item, all selected items will be opened. Therefore i made a multiscript which hotkey i everitime forget.
Code: [Select]
MC.Run CMD="${focusfilepath}" SHELL,1673.0.html

Hoping you can make that the double click will be like this multiscript and the enter-key just open all selected files. Maybe 7.3 is just the step for this change.
Documentation / Read Before Posting
« Last post by Mathias (Author) on June 19, 2017, 09:50:52 »
The Online documentation this post is about is this :

Use this forum for reporting errors in the online documentation.
Or if something is missing that you would like there

There will also be posts here when new documentation sections are added.
Support and Feedback / Re: Hide Folder Tree by default
« Last post by Oliwally on June 17, 2017, 09:22:50 »
arrrrg, I was sooo close  ;D

Thanks so much Jungle - life saver!  Well... kind of  :)
Support and Feedback / Re: Hide Folder Tree by default
« Last post by Jungle on June 17, 2017, 08:10:06 »
Not a button:
Configuration > Explorer panel settings > Tab > Default settings for new tabs > Show folder tree
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